Zhang Yesui’s report on the progress of China’s extradition treaty with Turkey suggests Beijing will soon ratify it. Photo: Simon Song Zhang Yesui’s report on the progress of China’s extradition treaty with Turkey suggests Beijing will soon ratify it. Photo: Simon Song
Zhang Yesui’s report on the progress of China’s extradition treaty with Turkey suggests Beijing will soon ratify it. Photo: Simon Song

Terrorism

China set to ratify extradition treaty with Turkey, Chinese legislator says

  • Deal signed in 2017 but yet to receive parliamentary approval is seen by Beijing as central to its counterterrorism efforts, expert says
  • China’s foreign affairs vice-minister has lashed out at East Turkestan Islamic Movement, which Beijing blames for violent attacks in Xinjiang and elsewhere

Topic |   Terrorism
Zhang Yesui’s report on the progress of China’s extradition treaty with Turkey suggests Beijing will soon ratify it. Photo: Simon Song Zhang Yesui’s report on the progress of China’s extradition treaty with Turkey suggests Beijing will soon ratify it. Photo: Simon Song
Zhang Yesui’s report on the progress of China’s extradition treaty with Turkey suggests Beijing will soon ratify it. Photo: Simon Song
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